Repetitive motion and poor posture can lead to aches and pains.

Harvard Medical School

What Medical Researchers found is that both physical therapy and surgery can help, but physical therapy led to better outcomes in the short term.


When you type, keep your wrist in a relaxed, neutral position.

Mayo Clinic

"We use our hands continually, but we don't take the time to deliberately exercise them," says Joanne P. Bosch, a physical therapist and certified hand therapist at Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women's Hospital.
Bosch says the exercises are commonly recommended for people with hand and wrist problems, but they can also help preserve hand strength.”

Joanne P. Bosch

Buy your WristAlert CTS Smart Guard Today

Shop Now